Tuesday,  September 27, 2022  2:13 pm

Beaches confirms Turks & Caicos Resort will be closed indefinitely

Beaches confirms Turks & Caicos Resort will be closed indefinitely
Christine Hogg

Christine Hogg is the Associate Digital Editor at PAX Global Media. Prior to joining PAX, she obtained her Honours BA in Journalism from the University of Toronto. Upon graduating, she went on to write for several travel publications while travelling the world. Her longest trip was a three-week stint in Europe, and the shortest was a 16-hour adventure in Iceland. Get in touch: christine@paxglobalmedia.com.

Beaches Resorts has confirmed that Turks & Caicos Resort Villages and Spa will be closed for an indefinite period as of January 2021.

The resort will close down two times, from Sept. 3, 2019 to Oct. 15, 2019, and then again on Sept. 7 to Oct. 22, 2020, before it closes indefinitely. Guests that are traveling between now and January 2021 that are not impacted by these closures can rest assured that all features and facilities of the resort will be open and operating as per usual.

In a statement to PAX, Sandals Resorts International said:

"For impacted guests, we are committed to making this as seamless as possible by allowing them to change their travel dates to Beaches Turks & Caicos or travel on their original travel dates to one of our other locations in Jamaica, Beaches Negril or Beaches Ocho Rios, at no additional cost, including airfare change fees. Guests may also choose to travel to any of our 16 Sandals Resorts."

According to Sandals, the upcoming closures of Beaches Turks & Caicos are the result of several critical and long-standing issues which have impacted operations over the past several years.